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is edmonton, canada. >> today i got a call from a family whose son was killed in november. >> nothing in a long career so strange as the case of the man who went missing and bill clark found himself in another world between fantasy and illusion. ever see a case like this before? >> never in my life. >> when it started out it seemed perfectly simple. a missing man. some guy just dropped out of sight. the kind of thing that tends to sort itself out once the so-called victim sobers up. >> i'm not thinking much is going to come of this. >> after clark's 31-year service in the city with the highest murder rate in canada, you can hardly blame him for getting a little picky. >> we don't usually go to missing persons. we're picky on what we go to. unfortunately for us to come out, you got to be dead and it better be criminal. we don't want to come out if you're just dead. if the patrolman doesn't know it's criminal, don't bother calling us. >> you have enough to do. >> yeah. >> it explains why some of the locals have come to calling their city deadmanton. >> do we have a m
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